Walmart Lays Off Shelf-Scanning Robots, Lets Humans Do The WorkWalmart is laying off the robots it had deployed in about 500 stores to keep tabs on what's on and not on the shelves.
Voters To Decide On Record $3.7B Dallas ISD Bond ProposalThe bond would fund improvements for the district from safety and security upgrades, to new technology, as well as existing building renovations, 10 new facilities and 14 replacement schools.
Apple Ditching The Ear Buds And Charger Brick For Its Newest iPhone LineupIf you need a new iPhone charger or earbuds for your new phone, you need to purchase them separately. In a move to cut down waste, Apple says neither will be included once it ships its newest lineup of iPhones. 
Best Buy Hiring Thousands For Holidays, All Stores To Host Job FairsBest Buy is hiring thousands of people ahead of the holiday shopping season and will be hosting job fairs at all its stores.
Teaching Goes 'Total Recall' At Texas University, Hologram Technology To Launch In Response To COVID-19The challenge of creating safe classrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a creative solution: beaming a professor into the classroom as a hologram.
300 New Jobs Created In Mesquite As Pressure Washer, Generator Manufacturer ExpandsThe FNA Group is expanding to Mesquite with a new 400,000 square-foot manufacturing and distribution center at 1371 S. Town East Boulevard.
Apple, Google Building Exposure Notification System, Putting Virus-Tracing Technology Directly Into PhonesIn an effort to get more states to adopt their phone-based approach for tracing and curbing the spread of the coronavirus Apple and Google are both building more of the necessary technology directly into phone software.
North Texas Students Start School Year With Zoom IssuesThe long-anticipated return to school arrived late for some online students after a widespread outage for the video meeting application Zoom.
'We Wanted To Make Sure It Was Easy': Dallas ISD Distributes Devices Without A Hitch On Day 1Staffers are working to get some 60,000 devices into the hands of students before the start of the new school year, now scheduled for Tuesday, September 8.
North Texas School Districts Working To Handle Tech Issues For Thousands Of Students While Remote LearningNorth Texas school districts are having to prepare for everything from network outages to malicious hacking incidents while remote learning.
Coronavirus In Texas: Plano Teen Helps Develop Technology Aimed At Speeding Up Detection, Treatment For COVID-19 PatientsThe software recently placed in a Facebook competition and Moksh Nirvaan is looking to offer it to hospitals and clinics.